Winter Wonderland Vacations at our Northern Wisconsin Resorts
Some don’t consider vacationing in northern Wisconsin resorts during the winter months because of the cold temperatures and snow. Others, however, embrace the weather change and continue to love outdoor activities on the Chippewa Flowage. In the winter, the muffling snow creates a quieter environment where everything is a little more peaceful and stress-free. You might be surprised how different snowfall is when you’re at one of our northern Wisconsin resorts. When you don’t have to shovel a driveway or drive in traffic, new snow can be an almost spiritual event that leaves you feeling relaxed and revitalized.
At Treeland Resorts, you can experience the quiet solitude of a snow-covered wilderness, or you can feel the exhilaration of seeing it all during a snowmobile tour. There are plenty of breathtaking views and flowage activities in the winter. Fishermen plop their lines deep down under the ice with hopes of enticing hungry, slower fish. Winter hunters hit the Chip area. Rabid year-round outdoor enthusiasts participate in a Nordic cross country ski race in February. Snowshoeing is a great way to get some exercise while admiring lake views including winter wildlife. All of the activities at Lake Chippewa Flowage make Treeland Resorts the perfect winter vacation spot for cross country sking, snowmobiling, ice fishing and more!
Not interested in braving the cold every day? No problem. You can observe majestic winter views or surf the Internet while inside of one of our cozy, heated hotel suites, cabins, or vacation homes. By continually remodeling and upgrading all of the properties, we ensure that you won’t feel drafty and bone-chilled in your comfortable refuge from the cold. In fact, you can soothe yourself after an active winter day by soaking in one of our luxurious 2-person whirlpools that are available in many of the cabins. Or you can put on a Snuggie, start the gas log fireplace, sink into the plush leather couch, and just enjoy the tranquil, unhurried life of Treeland’s northern Wisconsin resorts in the winter.